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As a pro baseball player in the Dominican Republic Dave Valle saw poverty up close. Now his microloans are helping to end it.
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Dave Valle started Esperanza International in 1995. Since then, Esperanza has given $38 million in microloans to support small businesses.
Dave Valle plays on a new field: microloans that help to end poverty
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